Noteworthy, Curated Articles of the Workplace
Tampa Bay Times, By Susan Haigh
HARTFORD, Conn. — A wave of sexual harassment complaints that accompanied the (hash)MeToo movement is straining many of the state and local …
- #MeToo: Speaking Out Against Sexual Misconduct, NBCLosAngeles.com
Real Business, By Debrah Lee Charatan
In 2016, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released a report about harassment in the workplace. The paper stated that 25-85% of women…
The Cut, By Amanda Arnold
In the complaint, they claimed that they had been subjected to sustained harassment at work, and said that when they came forward, they were either …
- McDonald’s Employees Plan Strike Against Sexual Harassment, by Elly Belle, Teen Vogue
Dezeen (American Institute of Architects), By Eleanor Gibson
“The board’s adoption of these changes provides us with another step toward ending sexual harassment in the workplace, advancing equity in our …
Devex, By Amy Lieberman
ILO is considering a legally binding treaty that could protect all workers from violence and harassment in the workplace, if individual countries adopted …
Vet Times, By Adam Bernstein
In the time since the initial allegations of sexual harassment were levelled against Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey and members of Parliament, other …
Essence Magazine, By Tamara E. Holmes
Early in her career, Tana M. Session was an executive assistant to a boss who would constantly joke with her and make crude and sexually explicit comments.
Lincoln Journal Star, By JoAnne Young
According to the policy, it’s a violation for any senator to harass or knowingly permit workplace harassment. A senator or supervisor who has firsthand …
NEW YORK — Charlie Rose says three women who worked with him are trying to take “routine workplace interactions and banter” and spin them into …
- Charlie Rose’s Lawyers: His Behavior Was Part of ‘Routine Workplace Interactions and Banter’ – Breitbart, by Justin Caruso
Yahoo News UK, By Ellen Manning
More than half of school support staff have suffered some kind of violence at work, with assaults including stabbings and attempted strangulation, …
The Guardian, By Katharine Murphy
More than 85% of women and 56% of men report being sexually harassed at some time, but reporting rates are dropping…
Toronto Star, By The Canadian Press
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says movements such as #MeToo play a role in changing a workplace culture that often keeps women from top-level …
The Root, By Maiysha Kai
Since it hit the mainstream last fall, the #MeToo movement has sent shockwaves through our collective consciousness, revealing predators…
Blackburn.com, By Melanie Irwin
Candidates vying for seats on Sarnia City Council in October’s municipal election have hit the ground running now that the summer break is over.
Real Business, By Debra Lee Charatan
In 2016, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission released a report about harassment in the workplace. The paper stated that 25-85% of …
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